Thursday, November 19, 2015

Gruesome Tensome (2015, Novello)

"Rode Hard and Put Away Wet"


From Novello Publishers, this anthology features ten of the genre's most unique voices paying homage to the work of exploitation film master, H.G. Lewis!

Featrures stories by M.P. Johnson, Jordan Krall, Garrett Cook, David C. Hayes, Adam Cesare, Mark McLauhglin, William Carl, Jeff Stand and Nick Cato!

Thursday, November 5, 2015

Werewolves in Heat (2015, Bad Amigo)

as Rabbi, Co-Producer


Death Valley is a place where drunk college kids can run wild on weekends without fear of the police shutting them down. This small desert town is home to a local biker gang known as the Legion of Outlaws, an MC who traffic drugs and prostitution through this quiet community. Death Valley is also a place where getting attacked by a werewolf is nothing out of the ordinary especially during a full moon. Werewolves in Heat is filled with intriguing characters both comical and frightening, setting up scenes with romance, comedy and intense action, all the while pulling you in to this strange and visceral world of the college party lifestyle. Werewolves will satisfy fans of both comedy and horror genre. It’s THE HANGOVER meets THE BIG BANG THEORY with werewolves.

Sunday, October 25, 2015

Blood For You: A GG Allin Tribute (2015, Freak Tension)

"The Coprophagus"


Think GG Allin was extreme? You don’t know the half of it.

GG Allin's exploits are legendary. The music, the shows, the violence, the bodily fluids. But GG Allin was confined to a world where he couldn't fulfill his potential. He punched and kicked at the boundaries, eager for something bigger, something crazier, something much more fucked up. But the real world refused to give him the adventures he needed.

Now, thanks to underground fiction’s most talented scumfucs, GG is cast in a series of adventures that truly befit his outlaw spirit. In these pages, GG Allin is a secret agent, engaging in cult-smashing missions in exchange for dirty sex with George and Barbara Bush. He’s a shit-eating, spaceship-piloting and time-traveling savior of humanity. He’s an orisha, called upon to save prisoners from ‘roid rage mutant guards. He’s one half of a deepfried onion ring ouroboros with his soulmate John Wayne Gacy. He’s thousands of clones living inside your giant robot body.

Get ready to see GG Allin like you’ve never seen him before!

Friday, September 25, 2015

Death to the Different (2010)

as Connor

This particular story started out in print. The Here There Be Dragons anthology from the now-defunct Wicked East Press published the story and it was chosen by Peter Chantanakone at Pixade for a short animated film adaptation. David was lucky enough to voice the character of Connor, too.

See the entire film!

Monday, September 14, 2015

It's official...

Bid welcome to David's new booking agent for conventions, film festivals and live appearances... Chelsea Grey at The Mitchell and Presley Agency!

Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Great American Slasher (2015, JournalStone/BPP)


Out of Print

Adrienne Marks is the All-American Girl. Cheerleader, straight A student, dating football start, fraternal twin and daughter of a bona-fide police hero. Of course, being a cheerleader subjects you to the worst kind of trolling, she can’t trust her boyfriend, her fraternal twin brother Andy is a complete neurotic stoner and that bona fide police hero father died in the line of duty. Still, she does her best. Andy, on the other hand, does not. Thinking he is getting back at his perfect sister with an online prank, Andy inadvertently sells his sister and her friends on an auction website that caters to psychopathic mass murderers and serial killers. Soon, Adrienne and Andy’s idyllic life is torn apart as the Bidder comes calling. He is a well-oiled killing machine that makes easy work of Adrienne’s friends at school and pursues her all the way to the big spring house party where the clueless suburbanites line up for the slaughter. Only the small town cops and Adrienne’s loser brother can get there in time and, even if they do, they’ve never encountered anything like the Bidder before.

Thursday, August 20, 2015

A Christmas Carol (2015, Full Length)


2015 Community Theatre of Howell
2015 CTH as Jacob Marley
2016 Community Theatre of Howell

This is a version of the holiday classic adapted from the original source material novella and designed for a smaller cast and smaller space. Dickens' classic tale is streamlined here with a stage design that allows for a lack of depth but also maximizes whatever stage is available.

The presentation uses the original language and can be accomplished with a small cast. It can also be expanded to encompass any size cast.

Please contact for licensing rates.

Tuesday, August 18, 2015

Serial: Dark History Special (2015, SPP)



This collects the first two volumes of Serial in a handy-dandy portable volume, including a special profile on The Cleveland Torso Killer! Created specifically for the 2015 Dark History Convention in Champaign, IL, expect to see more Serial items come your way in the near future, namely the Six from the Abyss mini-series!

Friday, July 10, 2015

Scorn (2015, Bunny 17 Media)

with Kevin Moyers
Illustrated by Philip Nuendorff


Scorn, created by Kevin Moyers, had it's first two issues published by Source Point Press. Taking over the writing duties from Moyers, David Hayes scripted the final half. Watch the trailer for Scorn below.

"When Micheal's best friend Glenn is killed he makes a decision that will change his life forever."

Monday, July 6, 2015

Rottentail (2015, Source Point Press)



This 60-page graphic novel from Source Point Press, written and created by David Hayes, tells the bizarre tale of young Peter Cotton, who grew up in the town of Easter Falls and loves rabbits. Peter’s science project on rabbit breeding is ruined when the school bullies beat up and actually kill his rabbit. Years later, the kindly but still shy Dr. Cotton works steadily, gently with his rabbits to cure human infertility. Unbeknownst to Peter, the military is perverting his work, developing fierce soldiers with strength far exceeding a human of their size, and with Peter’s fertility serum, the ability to breed in the field. Peter discovers the true nature of the experiment and tries to stop it. But in an accident of poetic justice, a bite from an experimental rabbit combines with Peter’s own serum to transform him into the evil Rottentail. This creature heads to Easter Falls to exact revenge for the wrongdoings of his youth and to finally lay claim to the love of his life. His timing could not be better since Easter Falls biggest day of the year is coming up and the entire town will be there to watch the annual Easter Parade.

Written by David Hayes and Kevin Moyers
Pencilled by Kurt Belcher
Inked by Henrik Horvath
Pin-Ups by Michael Bracco

Thursday, May 7, 2015

It's official...

Bid welcome to David's new film project management company!

Friday, May 1, 2015

Blasto the Clown (2015, Abnormal Ent.)



Blasto the Clown is not a nice guy. Right from the horse's mouth: "I'm a clown and some kind of superhero, or some sh*t. I like gassy dwarf prostitutes, walks in dark alleys at midnight and very cheap cigars." Written by co-creator Kevin Moyers and illustrated by Dalyn Viker.

Watch the video soon featuring the voices of the AE crew.

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

It's a Bird, It's a Plane, It's Superman (2015, FL)

2015 - Community Theatre of Howell, 2 Week Engagement

Superman sings and slams his way through the criminal element of Metropolis with his gal pal, Lois Lane, in the revival of the 1960s Broadway musical! Fun for the whole family, It's a Bird, It's a Plane, It's...Superman! brings the comic book to life! Can Supes defeat the evil Professor Sedgewick? Will he ever tell his secret to Lois?

Other "super" guest stars and surprises are in store, too. Don't miss the show that has NEVER been seen in the Midwest before: It's a Bird, It's a Plane, It's...Superman the Musical!

Show dates: May 8, 9, 15, 16, @ 7:30pm and May 9, 10, 16, 17, @ 2:00pm with a special show on May 7th @ 7:30pm FREE for all military veterans, active duty personnel, and their families.

Tuesday, April 21, 2015

Yeitso (2015, Blood Bound Books)



Veteran detective Russell Andrews has seen the dangers of big-city life: rape, murder, gangs.

It's not a place he wants to raise a teenage daughter on his own. After his divorce, he moves with her to serve as the sheriff of a sleepy New Mexican town. But the desert has dangers of its own--deadly secrets that eat men alive. Secrets growing in power.

Andrews comes face-to-face with a thing out of myth, a force without a name in the modern world. The Navajo, though, call it Yeitso.

Rise of the Dead (2015, Burning Bulb)

"End Scene"


"By now almost everyone knows that the concept of the modern flesh-eating zombie originated in the sixties with Night of the Living Dead. That's why I think that this anthology of short stories paying homage to that fact is a wonderful idea. When I was asked to write such a story, I was told that each and every story in the book would have to take place in or around the time, in 1968, when the horror classic that I co-authored took place…

Perhaps, for you, dear reader, some of the stories you will read in these pages will take their place as some of your very own favorites. Please step back with me into the 1960's – a time of peaceniks, rednecks and unspeakable zombie horror!!"


RISE OF THE DEAD - A collection of seventeen stories from masters of pen and screen, featuring: - The First One by John Russo - Home Cookin by Tyson Blue - The Last Ministry by E.L. Stice - The Turbulent Flight Home by Nelson W. Pyles - The South Will Rise Again by Andy Rausch - Lovely Rita by Stephen Spignesi - The Protest by R.D. Riley - Peace in Peaces by Zakary McGaha - The Commune by David J. Fairhead - Cocaine Connie by Gary Lee Vincent - End Scene by David C. Hayes - Elizabeth's Story by Rachel J. Montgomery - Deadheads by Paul Victor Wargelin - Philbear by David F. Walker - Wrong Place, Wrong Time by William Vitka - Felicity Marmaduke Redux by Rich Bottles Jr. - The Morning After by Douglas Brode

Hot Mess (2015, Splatter Theatre Press)

(with Jon Arking)


Lucas and Eddie were teenage kings of the box office in the 1980s. It is no longer the 1980s. After failing in their comeback bid, and dying in the process, the duo are sent back to Earth on a mission from God that only two washed-up former child stars could accomplish. Maybe. Probably. Well... yeah, they'll screw this up, too.

Monday, April 20, 2015

Edward Lee (Flesh Gothic, Grub Girl, Header, etc.) said...

"Hayes is fast establishing himself as the new top drawer of hardcore horror!"